Experts agree there are a host of insurance opportunities across Asean's fast growing markets.
Mitsui Sumitomo has been granted a provisional permit to operate in the Thilawa Special Economic Zone in Myanmar.
Aon has identified the 10 countries where the vast majority of global terrorist attacks occur.
Myanmar has opened its doors to private insurers for the first time in more than 50 years, with opportunities for foreign players expected to follow next year writes Nicky Burridge.
Insurer Ace is planning top open a representative office in Myanmar by the end of the year.
Mark Tucker, the CEO of AIA, has confirmed the insurer is opening a representative office in Myanmar as AIA targets south east Asia.
The Sri Lankan government's decision to mandate the use of offshore armouries could potentially invalidate UK private maritime security companies' insurance and affect their ability to win or retain security contracts from ship owners.
Corruption is one of the many stumbling blocks facing insurers entering Myanmar's fledgling insurance market, industry insiders have told Reuters.
Myanmar will allow foreign investors into its insurance sector by 2015 once local private insurers have had time to establish themselves, according to a senior government official.
The beginnings of competition are to be seen in Burma's insurance industry, as private companies are allowed to offer insurance products for the first time.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions has received a licence from the Dubai Financial Services Authority to operate in the Dubai International Financial Centre.